Here is yet another classic advertisement published back in 1960’s “No Black Tie Black Tie”. You see a full length Nehru Jacket, made of brocade to give that perfect shine and richness to your clothing.
Sammy is particular.
He knows we don’t manufacture suits. We make them. Much the way a Savile Row tailor makes his.
Mostly by hand. We hand-cut the cloth. Then we shape it. And paste it. And sew it. And button-hole it. By hand.
In all we put an average of 30 more hand-shaping into our suits than you’ll find in other suits that cost as much. Or more. Why? Because it’s the only way to be sure that the suit will lit. Precisely.
So when a friend asks Sammy who his tailor is, he tells them. When they ask Sammy about his Nehru sul he tells them he had it made. And he’s not putting them on.
Fashion comes and fashion goes, but there are some classics that stay forever! It is worth mentioning that fashion is a cycle, it may be outdated today but it was the trend before, and it may not be the most glamorous entity today, but it might have been a rage before. There are also fashionable entities, which have been very consistent since day one.
Here is another advertisement showcasing Nehru Jacket from 1960s, an evergreen fashion clothing for me.
Nehru Jacket has been the epitome of fashion around the globe ever since the Prime Minister Nehru started wearing it. It appeared in the market in a modified design and updated fabrics from mid 1960 and the promotion of the clothing got popular with the Prime Ministers iconic appearance with the jacket. The wearable was the named as Nehru Jacket from 1960 and lately in 1970 the trend of wearing the jacket got huge market as foreign cultures welcomed the fashion tend warmly. The jacket has been worn by legendary Beatles, Johnny Carson and also in one and only bond series which also signifies the fashion trend of long jackets.
In this post, and many more to follow, we will be showcasing some of the best advertisement from the yesteryear on Nehru Jackets.